This interview with Dr. Don Huber, Professor Emeritus of Plant Pathology, Perdue University seemed to have enough importance and relevance to our mission to post here. You may be surprised at what you hear.Your comments are welcome.We believe that the use of tried and tested flame technology for the control of weeds and insects is […]
Another question we hear from poultry growers who are looking into flame sanitation is how deep will the heat penetrate into the litter?This video shows the temperature of the litter at approximately 2″ deep.The temperature reading under the heat shield exceeds the range of the laser thermometer. The surface temperature cools as the poultry house
This field of organic soybeans was cultivated just after flame weeding with a row crop flamer to kill the weeds that were growing in the crop row.This was done during a drought and the grower had cultivated in anticipation of a coming rain, to encourage water penetration in the field, not because the flame application
We’ve had some requests from farmers who want to flame weed with our vegetable bed flamers or bed flaming kits, to see video footage of one in use. Here is a video of the 4-VBF (8 torch unit) in action. There are complete units available from 2 – 8 row widths (4 – 16 torches).
A while back Clemson University demonstrated a propane fueled ditch flamer at their annual field day to prove the effectiveness of flame weed control. This ditch flamer is made from one of our Vineyard & Orchard flaming kits.Propane flame weeding is very effective at controlling weeds without chemical runoff that pollutes rivers & streams as well as